On this side of the Atlantic ocean, “Irish” people celebrate their heritage by guzzling cheap “Irish” beverages and wearing cheap clothing announcing their supposed Gaelic ancestry.
Another person to have had the honor of winning Mr. Eagle is Jay Merrill who won the event three years ago during his senior year at Heritage High School.
On January 16th, the movie American Sniper was released to the general public. On the surface this movie seemed like just another war movie showing how “bad” the people we were fighting, and it’s easy to understand how this misrepresentation of the movie is understood. But something commonly overlooked is the movie was based on true events.
In celebration of “Pi Day,” the school’s Alpine Club took a trip up to Evergreen to climb Bergen Peak.
Though both advisory experiences are different, they both have relatively the same core values, comradery and hard work, two things which Heritage is all about.
Many seniors may remember Danny Chase. He won Mr. Eagle two years ago.
This year’s Spirit Week Change War money is going to the Colorado Veterans Project.
Even though it’s not the official “Senior Lot,” it’s been a known around the school that that’s where some of the seniors park.